Pigeon Forge police find active meth lab in home where child liv

Pigeon Forge police find active meth lab in home where child lived

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Roderick Dixon (Source: Pigeon Forge Police Department) Roderick Dixon (Source: Pigeon Forge Police Department)
Harley Jackson (Source: Pigeon Forge Police Department) Harley Jackson (Source: Pigeon Forge Police Department)
Vernon Edney (Source: Pigeon Forge Police Department) Vernon Edney (Source: Pigeon Forge Police Department)

PIGEON FORGE (WATE) - A traffic stop led police to an active meth lab over the weekend in Pigeon Forge, where they also found a small child.

Officials say they arrested Roderick Dixon, Harley Jackson and Vernon Edney at a home on West Gold Gust Drive Sunday night.

Dixon and Jackson were charged with meth manufacturing, drug possession and child endangerment.

Edney was charged with drug possession and meth promotion.

Investigators say a four-year-old boy lived in the house.

The home has since been quarantined.

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